The ESO Jester’s Festival occurs late March and Early April and it is an event you do not want to miss. This article summarizes the quests and provides useful tips to completing them successfully and quickly.
Note: This article has been updated after my first run through the 2020 version. Rewards will be updated after I start opening the event boxes.Continue reading “ESO Spoiler: Jester’s Festival”
During this time we bring forth dark tales and unsettling songs. The Unknown Passenger tells of a cloaked figure on a ship who none of the other travelers recall boarding. The Lost Fawn that takes refuge in the den of the wolf that killed its mother. The Midnight Lodger rents a room in the dead of night but vanishes before morning — along with the innkeeper’s child… — A Tale of Two Festivals, Botjolf Meadwarmer.Continue reading “ESO New Life Festival (2019-20)”
The official announcement has been posted.
The ESO Anniversary occurs in early April and it is an event you do not want to miss. In addition to bonus experience, any daily that is not immediately repeatable will offer a bonus anniversary gift box.
The Elder Scrolls Online turns five! Join us in celebration of this amazing milestone by taking part in our in-game event and enjoying XP buffs, unique rewards, and cake!
The anniversary event begins on April 4th 10AM EDT. To join the event, visit the famous Chef Donolon in Vulkhel Guard, Daggerfall, or Davon's Watch and complete his Anniversary quest “Ache for Cake." You can get directions to Chef Donolon's location by obtaining a Jubilee Cake Voucher free of charge from the in-game Crown Store.
There are four recipes in all and include a two epic purple recipes, 1 blue, and 1 green recipe.
Interesting to note, that this event introduces recipes that require more than one of the same ingredient!